One Reading news

Here you can keep up with the latest news and events from the One Reading partnership.

  • POSTPONED: Southcote Youth Cafe and Sports Club
    12 March 2020

    Southcote Youth Cafe and Sports Club is postponed until further notice Are you looking for somewhere safe and engaging to signpost young people to? If so, Southcote Youth Cafe and Sports Club has recently opened. Hosted at the Southcote Community Centre we run a youth cafe and sports based youth club every Tuesday from 4pm – 6pm. ...

  • DBS guide for working with children in the charity sector
    14 February 2020

    The DBS service have updated their guidance for those in the voluntary, community and charity sector. The guidance, which can be found here,  includes example scenarios: DBS Guide: Working with Children in the Charity Sector Please note there is a separate guidance for working with adults. You may also wish to take a look at RVA’s guide for ...

  • One Reading Workstreams
    13 February 2020

    An update on One Reading workstreams Data The data workstream continues to meet at Microsoft. The data project is the evolution of the troubled families data hub with an ambition to improve data sharing between partners with the aim of identifying the social determinants of harm. The University of Cambridge are currently analysing personal identifiable data from ...

  • Meet Jack Caine, Partnership Coordinator for the One Reading Early Intervention Partnership
    11 February 2020

    Jack Caine is Partnership Coordinator (Practice) for the One Reading Early Intervention Partnership. Here he explains about the work of the partnership, and his role in linking professionals and families with help and support Tell us about your role for One Reading… The One Reading partnership is a community of professionals and services (statutory services, schools, health, ...

  • Reading Girls’ School Wellbeing Workshops
    11 February 2020

    Support for parents and carers of secondary students in Reading Reading Girls’ School are offering parents and carers the opportunity to attend a series of workshops, delivered by external professionals such as their Educational Psychologist (EP) and Speech Therapist (SALT). The workshops will offer an insight into the range of difficulties that young people may be ...

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